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. >> and so, mr. cali, -- mr. speaker, i urge my colleagues to vote no. certainly on the underlying bill, and i yield back the balance of my time. >> the lady yields back the balance of her time. the gentleman is recognized. >> let me just say that we all know we are 11 days away from going over the poor real fiscal cliff. we are doing our dog blondest -- doggonedest. i think the discussions taking place are very important. i also think it is important for every member of the house to be able to have an opportunity to state where they stand on these issues. the bill before us is actual one which has, again, basically enjoyed bipartisan support. i remember when senator schumer made it clear that he believed that there should not be any increase or anyone who earns under $1 million. that was a request that he said. i know there was a lot of discussion in the caucus about what that level should be. this is at the level of senator schumer indicated that he supported earlier on. i have got to say to my friend from rochester, mr. speaker. we are not planning to adjourn. we want to address this
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